Free fruit and vegetables will welcome back hourly train services at Hunmanby and Filey railway stations

Trains at Hunmanby and Filey stations will return to an hourly train service from Monday to Saturday from September 14.

By Louise Perrin
Monday, 7th September 2020, 12:37 pm
Updated Monday, 7th September 2020, 12:40 pm
Hourly services are set to resume from Filey and Hunmanby train stations
Hourly services are set to resume from Filey and Hunmanby train stations

Most services will be through trains either to or from Sheffield, while Sundays trains will continue to run two-hourly in each direction. Full details are available online at

To welcome back passengers, on Monday September 14, the Friends of Hunmanby Railway Station will be giving away Free Fruit and Vegetables to mark the return of the hourly train service to the village.

People are invited to come along to Humanby Station and take what they can use from the tables at the entrance to each platform. People are asked to please wear a face covering (unless exempt) on the station.

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The tables will be there from the first train at 6.25am to the last train at 9.35pm. They will be topped up throughout the day.

The produce has been kindly donated by Hunmanby Garden Produce Association, Hunmanby Allotment Holders and local villagers.

All left over fruit and vegetables will be taken to the Spring Cafe, a Community Cafe, run by All Saints Church, Hunmanby Free Fridge Project and Eastfield Westway Open Arms Project.

Further details are available online at Friends of Hunmanby Railway Station.